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Fedora 20 has hit USB sticks (so to say) and it could be the time to add the "fedora20" (sic) tag.

Reminder: the following tags currently exist.

It's kinda uneven, but indicating the Fedora version is indeed of some interest as the distribution's behaviour may change heavily:

fedora [generic, clearly]
fedoracore [the old fedora name]
fedora8
fedora9
fedora12
fedora13 [fedora-13 aliased to it]
fedora14
fedora15
fedora17
fedora-ds [not for a Fedora Release but for the Fedora Directory Server. Hah!]

For those interested in history:

Fedora Historical Schedules

Fedora Release Names

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There isn't as such a create tag function that allows them to be created ahead of time. Anyone with create tag privilege who asks a question or edits the tags may create a new tag. Generally we wait for that to happen.

Aside: There are less than 800 questions with or some release specific version. This is probably due to Fedora not being popular as a production environment.

  • True; I was just looking for the "fedora20" tag and, well, it wasn't there yet. And I don't have enough privileges to do it. Let's wait. – David Tonhofer Dec 20 '13 at 20:07
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    @DavidTonhofer: Ah, you should have linked to your question and requested that tag be added, I (or someone else) would have done this for you. I have added the tag to your question. – Iain Dec 20 '13 at 20:27
  • Thanks Iain, perfect. – David Tonhofer Dec 21 '13 at 13:51
  • Indeed, Fedora is not often used for production environments. We even have a question about just that. I'd be more inclined to synonymize all of these tags... – Michael Hampton Dec 22 '13 at 22:22

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